Hyrum State Park

Hyrum State Park


Location:Within the city limits of Hyrum.
Facilities:26 campsites, group camp, modern restrooms (é), showers, vault toilets, picnic areas.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing.
Special Features:Mormon settlers founded the area of Hyrum, which is located in Cache Valley, and Hyrum is named after the brother of the founder of the Mormon Church.
Address:405 West 300 South
Hyrum, UT 84319

Phone:435-245-6866
Web: www.stateparks.utah.gov/park/index.php?id=HLSP
Size: 264 acres. Elevation: 4,700 feet.

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occupancy rate 58.5% 1.2% POPULAR DESTINATIONS: Wasatch-Cache National Forest Bear Lake State Park Hyrum State Park Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway Beaver Mountain Ski Resort Cherry Peak Ski Resort American West Heritage Center Source: Utah Department of Workforce Services; Cache County Profile, Kern C.
Visitors can boat, fish and camp at Hyrum State Park. Not to mention travelling to Bear Lake for the area's famous raspberry shakes and water fun.